March 18, 2007
It is my sincere pleasure to welcome Cygnus Expositions, hosts of the Aviation Industry Expo, as well as all organizers, volunteers and participants to Orange County for the 2007 NATA FBO Leadership Conference and Annual Meeting and Professional Aviation Maintenance Association's 36th Annual Maintenance Symposium.
NATA and PAMA have served as advocates and promoters of safety and success in the aviation service business. NATA has achieved great success in tracking key legislative and regulatory issues impacting the operations of its members. PAMA has actively sought to improve the skills and professionalism of aviation maintenance personnel. Both organizations are to be highly commended for the success of their mission to serve the business interests of aviation service companies
You will, without a doubt, uncover a wealth of unique and unexpected adventures in our beautiful county. Host to nearly 48 million visitors a year, and home to more than 95 attractions and theme parks, the Orlando region has much to offer to make your visit memorable. A wide variety of sports events, fine museums, grat shopping, cultural activities, natural wonders and even alligators, make our region unique and satisfy the tastes of all types of travelers.
We hope your conference is a successful one and hope you will find the time in your schedule to enjoy our region's diverse and plentiful offerings.
Richard T. Crotty
City of Orlando
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